If you’re a proud member of the Irish Twitterverse, you will be familiar with the account, The Irish For - @theirishfor.
If not, in short, it does exactly what it says on the tin by educating the world on the Irish words for some modern words.
The Irish for roleplay is 'rólimirt'. 👮🐻 https://t.co/X8E90UDfUU— The Irish For 🌞😒🌞 (@theirishfor) April 20, 2017
Today the account, run by @Daracho, caused quite the debate by running a poll asking what the Irish for Tayto sandwich should be.
So what should the Irish for a Tayto (or crisp) sandwich be? This poll should've been run years ago.— The Irish For 🌞😒🌞 (@theirishfor) April 27, 2017
Not only that, the poll attracted the attention of some of our American friends who had never heard of such a thing.
Wait--potato chip sandwiches are a thing?? Pls advise for your American friends. What else goes on it? ❤️☘️— Ann Marie Slevin (@SlevinAm) April 27, 2017
Of course, people were out to educate the users by telling them how they enjoy theirs.
Soft bread. And keep adding crisps as you go along :)— Alanna Linayre is writing Roll for Confidence. (@Tybawai) April 27, 2017
Then have barry's with a penguin bar & applaud yourself for healthy food decisions.
Kerrygold butter.— Aidan Connolly (@The_TinyDonkey) April 27, 2017
We draw the line at guacamole.
Ham, Swiss cheese, guacamole and Tayto between two slices of thick brown bread with a cold Paulaner. There's some notions I can live with.— The Irish For 🌞😒🌞 (@theirishfor) April 27, 2017